ICC YAF: Virtual hearing without one party’s consent

16 Oct 2020

Online English
Free of charge, however prior registration is required
12:00 (Sydney)

2020 has been the year of the virtual hearing. Virtual hearings can be an efficient and cost-effective means of resolving disputes, but what happens when one party objects? In this webinar, our panel will consider the challenges and risks involved in holding a virtual hearing without one party’s consent and how this issue may evolve over time.

This event is aimed at young arbitration practitioners and students under 40 years old, but is open to all counsel, arbitrators, in-house counsel or academics interested in international commercial arbitration and international dispute resolution.

12:00 – 13:00 (AEDT):  Panel Discussion on “Virtual hearings without one party’s consent

Gitanjali Bajaj

Partner and Co-Head of International Arbitration Asia Pacific, DLA Piper, Sydney

Jesse Kennedy

Barrister, New Chambers, Sydney

Judith Levine

Independent Arbitrator, Levine Arbitration, Australia and the Netherlands

Carmel Proudfoot

Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright, Perth

Leah Ratcliff

Of Counsel, Jones Day, Melbourne

Jay Tseng

Solicitor, King & Wood Mallesons, Brisbane

Jay Tseng

Solicitor, King & Wood Mallesons

+61 7 3244 8266

Jay.Tseng@au.kwm.com

Carmel Proudfoot

Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright

+61 8 6212 3299

carmel.proudfoot@nortonrosefulbright.com

Organiser

Partner

Registration